Washington, DC fuzz rock trio Polyon are sharing "Blue," the band's first music video via indie taste-makers AdHoc. The song comes from the band's EP of the same name, out now on Funny/Not Funny Records. Describing the band's sound, AdHoc shared, "Polyon takes a wall-of-sound approach to post-punk, throwing heavy vocal hooks over gritty, spacious accompaniments."
Polyon's "Blue" music video, directed by Colin Marshall and produced by Alex Schelldorf, seeks “to convey a steadfastness in identity among the faces presented throughout. As our worlds challenge us in different ways and throw us into spinning vortexes we 'know who we are.' But, at times, learning that lesson can mean exercising demons.”
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Washington DC’s POLYON is simply a fuzz rock band influenced by massive amounts of toxic space debris and a love for the 90’s. Starting with rock’s most atomic element, the hook, guitarist and vocalist Ryan McLaughlin (Typefighter, Joy Buttons, Pash) enlisted the help of weirdos Brandon Korch (Monument, Shat Shorts) and Adam Lake (Mass Movement of the Moth) to enforce drums and synthesizers into this kaleidoscopic vision. The end result is heavily layered and textured, taking lush walls of pop rock and stretching them across 90’s influenced grunge and sludge rock atmospheres.